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PBS
Dec 3, 2013 4:00pm PST
johnson --t -- kym un, but he is his uncle, too. he is married to kim jong-il's sister. claims by south korea's intelligence agencies that two were executed and that he has not been seen in public since our victim -- are difficult to verify. serious riftcate a within the regime, or possibly a move away from reported economic reforms. but some also point to the long- running elements of his wife as a possible cause of his absence. ofthe long-running illness his wife as a possible cause of his absence. this one may take a long time to emerge. is not sure of its role in the world. -- >> america is not sure of its role in the world. that is the finding of a new survey. the findings reflect a preoccupation with problems here at home. the pew research center released a study today and the bbc takes a look at what they found. >> how does the usc its place in the world? that is the question the pew research session -- the pew research center asked. here's what they found. for the first time in 40 years, a majority of americans say the u.s. plays a less important role in the u.s. international s
PBS
Dec 5, 2013 12:00am PST
's fine. basically johnson & johnson was higher then the earnings are higher. that's what happens to a company. >> rose: i know lots of people are doing stunningly well in the world of investments and finance and they do it by a study of macroeconomics. you never bought into that? >> i always bond down. i was lucky. i owned a lot of -- i owned american motor inns, hospitality inns, united inns. i said "who's your best competitor?" they said "la quinta motor inn." i owned it before sunset. if something ever says something nice on a competitor they know it's true. >> rose: you can get them to say what they worry about it. >> they have a better formula. we can't match the formula. so i visited, it was a huge success. >> rose: how long did you stay with it? >> i think seven or eight years. >> rose: how do you know when to get out? >> in baseball analogy-- and i know you're a great baseball fan-- you want to get in the first, second, third inning, not when they're drawing up the lineup. >> rose: you don't want to do it? you want to wait until the second and third inning because you wan
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